Watch her performance on the video below.
"Bloody hell, Courtney!" exclaims Simon Cowell, once the 13-year-old has finished, describing her as a "lion" when she sings.
"She is really shy", her father says at her audition for America's Got Talent.
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Courtney is 13 and goes to school in Peterlee, Country Durham.
Launching into Otis Redding's 'Hard to Handle', Courtney left the judges and everyone in the crowd completely speechless - jaws basically dropped everywhere. While Howie couldn't give Courtney a record deal, he did hit the golden buzzer meaning she will go straight to the live show rounds. "You're from a whole different era", Mandel, 62, explained.
The show first aired on NBC on Tuesday, May 29 and in the run up, Courtney could be seen on the advertising trailer.
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Sophie then showed off her super impressive singing skills with a performance of Frank Sinatra's classic hit "My Way" stealing the hearts of millions of viewers! She was a finalist on "The Voice Kids U.K.", Billboard pointed out.
Contestants competed to bag a family holiday to Disneyland and £30,000 towards their musical education.
The teen also appeared as part of the South Tyneside Festival summer concert line up in Bents Park in South Shields in July a year ago where she entertained more than 18,000 people.
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She even made no-nonsense judge Simon Cowell, who is her favorite, smile from ear-to-ear.